Being self-employed involves more than just being your own boss. It requires taking on a significant amount of responsibility. You must oversee your employees, manage your finances, pay your taxes, and file your own tax returns. Whether you work for yourself or not, you are required to pay income tax on any income you earn. However, self-employed individuals often fail to file their taxes on time due to the complexity of the accounting process. So, what are the steps you need to take to file your self-employment tax in the United Kingdom? Complete the self-assessment form provided by HMRC.• Notify the tax authority of your self-employment status by registering for self-assessment on the HMRC website. • Keep in mind the deadline: you have until October 5th following the end of the tax year in which you registered for self-employment to register, or you may face penalties. Note that the tax…

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